Lima Lounge is located at 1401 Kst NW, in Downtown Washington DC. Lima has 2 floors, 2 bars and an outdoor/smoking patio to satisfy all your needs! Event hosted and promoted by the leader in dc nightclub events, Panorama Productions.Tweet
DC Locals Dave Nada and Matt Nordstrom team up to form the collective Nadastrom, a killer group thats on fire, tearing up the DC EDM scene. Their debut release, Pussy EP, fast became a bestseller in the tastemaker store on Beatport. In 2008, they were invited to sign to Dubsided, which really helped propel their career into high gear, getting themselves spots on BBC’s Radio One, invites to world tours, musical collaborations with established artists such as Kid Cudi, Nina Sky, and Pitbull. They are known for their super-high energy sets in hard electro and house that really is like unlike any other.
Tittsworth, also from DC, has also found his way into the international scene, playing gigs and concerts all over the world. Some of his best known tracks, URB, XLR8R, NME, and Fader have gained recognition around the world as his career continues to grow. He’s also worked with Nina Sky, Pit Bull, and more. His debut album 12 Steps received high praise from Billboard, BPM, Kiss, Radio 1, and Entertainment Times. Also on this album is the Nadastrom remix of Tittsworth’s original smash hit WTF.
Both artists have also done a little collaboration with Kanye West. Which reminds me… Yo Kanye, I’m really happy for you, and Imma let you finish, but Glow Washington DC is one of the best nightclubs in Washington DC of all time. OF ALL TIME!
Nadastrom and Tittsworth… This Saturday at Glow. Don’t Miss It.Tweet
Washington DC’s Biggest International Night Party is at Ultrabar each and every Saturday night. Ultrabar is a multi-level nightclub and lounge located at 911 F Street, NW in the heart of Penn Quarter. Chroma Saturdays at Ultrabar nightclub and lounge is another Panorama Productions EventTweet
In 2007, after the success of the albums “WESTERN DREAM” and “SOUNDZ OF FREEDOM” – the latter a compilation/DJ mix stuffed full of unreleased tracks – BOB SINCLAR decided to say goodbye to the Paris rat race and spend a year in Los Angeles to find the right inspiration for a new record. Once there, he came upon some folk-rock that he hadn’t heard before (America, Boz Scaggs, John Fogerty, Michael McDonald, Dan Fogelberg). The events leading up to Born In 69 (his new album, out 11th May) had been set in motion.
After having prepared a dozen instrumental tracks between September 2007 and March 2008, Bob then left for Jamaica, where – despite a really nasty fever that hit him just when he arrived in Kingston – he recorded a number of singers such as Christopher Martin, Tony Rebel and Queen Ifrica. Back in LA, a few demos were already finished: good vibes, great vocals, some of them really great actually, but still nothing to put shivers down you back like “Love Generation” or “World Hold On”, still not quite the unremitting beat of “Rock this Party” or “Sound of Freedom”. Only once he had returned to Paris to record some music with his trusty team – especially sound engineer and co-producer Cutee B – was Bob Sinclar finally able to sort out the pieces of the puzzle.
“At that point, I went back to the tracks I’d recorded in LA and polished them up. Then I called Steve Edwards who came to Paris in October, took a sample from Richie Havens “We Are Everything“ (a sort of psychedelic song with a Beatles-style sitar) and another from a track by Illusion released in 1969. Using a title with a tinge of flower power, “Peace Song”, the concept of the album started coming together.” Another crazy idea: making a daring blend of “Je ne t’aime plus” by Manu Chao and the voice of Shabba Ranks on a track called “Love You No More”. Manu Chao accepted being sampled and Shabba Ranks came (on time for once!) to the studio that Bob had rented at the end of 2008. Suffice to say, two miracles had come together.
Also in New York, the song that was soon to be chosen as the first single from Born In 69 was recorded: the legendary Sugarhill Gang – who released the legendary old school hit “Rappers Delight” in 1979 – accepted the offer of a collaboration with Bob Sinclar.
With a baseline concocted by Cutee B, MCs Wonder Mike and Master Gee rapped out in their unique trademark styles, accompanied by a killer hook inspired by a kid’s choir from a Kid Creole song!
And thus “LaLa Song” was in the can: a hybrid rap/dancefloor killer where new style meets old school. “Personally, I say ‘Bob Sinclar and Sugarhill Gang, they’re amazing!’ (laughs) I don’t know why, but right from the beginning I knew it would be great, and the day we recorded, Wonder Mike and Master Gee told me that they’ just come from CNN where they’d been invited for the 30 year anniversary of “Rappers’ Delight“! After a year of trying to make it come together, something magical had happened.”
And you can definitely feel it on this first single. A real party track, both vintage and modern, funky and pop. “I got the concept of Born In 69 by brainstorming around the theme of peace and love and flower power. My birthday is 10th May, and the album comes out on 11th May. It’s a great birthday present,” concludes DJ/producer Bob Sinclar.
With this decidedly fun and eclectic album just begging to be danced to, Bob Sinclar isn’t just celebrating his birthday, he’s sending his groove around the world to brighten up some dismal times.
There’s no cover charge here for the long-running Wednesday Night event at Lima! No other bars in Washington DC or nightclubs in DC can compete with a venue like Lima Restaurant. By day, a fantastic, elite, top-shelf restaurant, killer club by night! Wednesday nights throws down hard with the DJ playing a wide range of music from Hip Hop and Top 40 to House and International! Its a great event that shouldn’t be missed! Ages 21+
Heading out to the club on Saturday Night? Definitely hit up Ultrabar, one of the best nightclubs in Washington DC! With attractive bartenders staffing the six beautiful bars throughout the club, you’ll spend more time partying, dancing, and enjoying yourself than waiting to be served at the bar! Of all the bars, nightclubs, and venues in washington DC, ultrabar consistently outdoes them all! Come out this Saturday and see the club everyone’s been talking about!
Ladies Night Friday is ON for new years day, with one of the strongest nightclub parties in DC! Why hit up a bar when you can hit up ultrabar which features Six Bars, five floors, and four djs! A leader in Nightlife in Washington DC, ultrabar is constantly raising the bar and setting the golden standard for night clubs in DC. Ladies 21+ are free till midnight with the pass from our site!